“The Compton Cowboys” Walter Thompson-Hernández joins the Los Angeles Times Book Club for a virtual meetup.
Pavlina Tcherneva talks about “The Case for a Job Guarantee,” and how public-sector work can pull us out of crises both immediate and long-term.
Emily Temple’s “The Lightness,” about a seeker who loses more than she finds, is a beguiling novel after Donna Tartt’s heart, if not her plotting.
Richardson was known for his elegant biographies on Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Reading in the time of coronavirus
Over the last three months, 17 writers provided diaries to the Times of their days in isolation, followed by weeks of protest. This is their story.
With curbside pickup and even some in-store visits available, there’s no reason to buy books at an online mega-store. Here’s a list of locals instead.
Like their peers across the U.S., booksellers in L.A. are adjusting to partially reopening their stores for curbside pickup amid the coronavirus.
As California bookstores gradually being to reopen during the coronavirus pandemic, here’s a closer look at the state of the industry.
We know. We know. You want to look away, but you can’t.
Emily St. John Mandel, Susan Orlean, T.C Boyle, Marlon James and others share apocalypse reading picks.
It felt like abandoning a child. But for the first time in 20 years, we can park in our garage.
A coalition of L.A.-based literary organizations and allies sent a letter to L.A. City Council Monday requesting financial aid during the pandemic.
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